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Vehicle Data Interfaces

Modern cars are loaded with sensors and actuators the continuously monitor the vehicle and allow control of its functions. However, all of that is essentially limited mostly to the car itself and to what the maker of the vehicle intended it to do, as there are no APIs that other systems can access. That’s a […]
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Working Group Meeting – July 28 and 29, Seattle

There will be a Working Group Face To Face will be July 28 and 29, in Seattle, WA. OpenCar will be hosting at K&L Gates (http://www.klgates.com/seattle-united-states-of-america/) in the heart of downtown. Proposed Agenda Specification Issues Walk through and resolve (as much as possible) open specification issues Group effort led by Chairs and Editors Propose new […]
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Welcome to the Automotive Working Group

On 3 February 2015, W3C launched the new Automotive Working Group. We look forward to this industry collaboration to bring drivers and passengers a rich Web experience. Read the full press release and join the group to shape Web standards for automotive.
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